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Claregalway is Awarded Public Artwork Under the percent for art scheme, through the water services section of Galway County Council, Claregalway has been awarded an artwork for the town. The Claregalway Amenity group have been involved in the commission and sat on the adjudication panel for the selection of the Artwork in June 2004. The… Read more »

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Claregalway N.S. – European Year of Education through Sport (EYES 2004) Congratulations to Claregalway N.S. on receiving an award for their project based on Our Active Week/Our Active School, an initiative organized for the European Year of Education through Sport. This initiative, which was sponsored by Allied Irish Banks plc, was organized by the National… Read more »

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Claregalway Bypass Campaign On Thursday October 28 volunteers in Claregalway collected signatures from motorists caught in peak-time traffic. This action was taken to gauge public support for a bypass as the solution to the traffic problem and to draw public and political attention to the daily snarl-up. 27,000 vehicle movements per day were recorded in… Read more »

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Retirement of Noreen Hynes, Vice Principal of Carnmore N.S. After completing 40 years of teaching and 20 years of outstanding service to Carnmore N.S. Noreen Hynes was honoured for her dedication to the teaching profession on Thursday Oct 7th at a special retirement party organised by the Carnmore N.S Board of Management and the Parents… Read more »

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Community Games Success Well done to our Gold, Silver and Bronze winners from the Community Games in Mosney at the end of August. John Egan of Carnmore captured his fourth gold medal in the boy’s U16 freestyle event. Last year John won the international record by three hundredth of a second. He also won the… Read more »

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Claregalway Agricultural Show Preparations and plans are well under way by Claregalway Agricultural Show. the Show Queen has already been selected and the title for 2004 goes to Samantha Murphy, Cregboy, Claregalway. Samantha was presented with a perpetual trophy and a crystal vase at a function in Terry Brennan’s Central Tavern, Loughgeorge on behalf of… Read more »

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Jim Cuddy – Appreciation from your local Councillor I would like to take this opportunity of thanking all the people of the Claregalway, Carnmore and surrounding areas for their wonderful support on June 11th which ensured my election to Galway Co. Co. Your support on Election Day was so overwhelming and I was deeply moved… Read more »

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Escape Health & Leisure Club The countdown is on for the arrival of Escape to Claregalway at the end of June. There are a limited number of places still available at the club where you can secure your membership for only €200 per person.

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Comhdhail Na Múinteoirí le Gaeltacha Connaught Championships 2004 The Connaught Championships in Irish Dancing took place in the T.F. Royal Theatre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo on the weekend of Friday 19th, Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of March. With Ms. Gabrielle Lynam, Ms. Louise McKinney, Ms. Maura Martin and Mr. Ursula Purcell adjudicating. Our own parish… Read more »

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Compántas Lir Compántas Lir back on the road with an adventurous play about a play Compántas Lir mark 21 years on the road this year with their production of the classic comedy Play On by Rick Abbott which opens the Claregalway Drama Festival on Friday. This is the 20th three-act play from the award winning group… Read more »

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Claregalway N.S. Rang 5 from Claregalway N.S. presented their science project on The Salmon (An Bradán) at the Science and Technology Festival in Galway before Christmas. Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture and Food, Noel Dempsey, visited the stand with representatives of AVE Medtronic (sponsors), including former Galway hurler Sean Silke (next to… Read more »

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Claregalway Bypass Deputy Noel Grealish is to bring a deputation to meet with Minister for Transport Seamus Brennan and Michael Tobin of the National Roads Authority to discuss the provision of a by-pass at Claregalway. Following a meeting with Minister Brennan, Deputy Noel Grealish has secured an agreement to meet with a delegation in January…. Read more »

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